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by Challenge Publications
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Movies International. Volume 1, Number 1, September, 1965. Challenge Publiations Co., Inc. 7376 Greenbush Ave. North Hollywood, CA
Topics: Movies International, Challenge Publications
Community Media
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A collection of classic Scifi, Cult, Horror and Fantasy magazines spanning most of the 20th century.
Topics: zine, magazine, pulp, horror, fantasy, scifi, fangoria, ackerman, lovecraft, film, movies,...
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by Olney, Ross Robert, 1929- comp; Kidder, Harvey, illus
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Olney, R. R. Yesterday's fantasy, today's fact--an introduction.--Clarke, A. C. All the time in the world.--Brown, F. Puppet show.--Silverberg, R. Birds of a feather.--Sternig, L. Clutch of Morpheus.--Laumer, K. The last command.--Gault, W. C. Fog.--Anderson, P. THe Martian crown jewels.--Finney, J. Of missing persons
Topics: Science fiction, American, Science fiction, English, Science fiction, Short stories
 
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Topics: Aliens, SciFi, Fiction
The Pulp Magazine Archive
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This exceptional encyclopedia unfolds new exciting material on the major areas of science fiction. The collected thoughts and experiences of eleven outstanding contributors are blended into twelve superb, concise, critical but constructive sections each supplemented by magnificent and illuminating illustrations. It is a remarkable volume which delves into every conceivable crevice of the sf world. The work and ideas from authors such as Jules Verne, H. G. Wells, Aldous Huxley, Olaf Stapledon,...
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Topics: Movies, Film, Cinema, Pulp, Magazines, SciFi, Science Fiction
Community Video
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Topic: *Drama, Film-Noir
Software Library: C64: Games
by Cadaver
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Escape from New York (1999)(Cadaver)
IF Magazine
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(Contents information excerpted from The Internet Speculative Fiction Database ) Art: Expanding Sun Burns Up Earth by uncredited Check and Checkmate by Tom Beecham The Last Gentleman by Ted Speicher Ye of Little Faith by Tom Beecham Success Story by Frank Kelly Freas The Peacemaker by Bob Martin The Statue by Bob Martin The Anglers of Arz by Bob Martin Cooling Sun Freezes World by uncredited Essays: A Chat with the Editor (If, January 1953) by James L. Quinn Personalities in Science: Michael...
Topics: fred, curt, merril, browne, farrell, faraday, tion, smith, martha, rog phillips, john smith,...
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Galaxy Magazine
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(Contents information excerpted from The Internet Speculative Fiction Database ) Art: Rendezvous with Rama (Part 1 of 2) by uncredited Triggerman by Jack Gaughan Quickening by Jack Gaughan Quarantine by uncredited Circle of Flies by uncredited And Baby Makes Three by Jack Gaughan The Old King's Answers by Jack Gaughan Essays: Galaxy Bookshelf (Galaxy, September 1973) by Theodore Sturgeon Review of the Nonfiction Work "Crash Go the Chariots" by Clifford Wilson by Theodore Sturgeon Re:...
Topics: rama, galaxy, norton, keal, robinson, kilometers, coscros, tion, rendezvous, commander norton,...
The Best from Fantasy & Science Fiction 12 (1963) (ed. Avram dson) [Ace G 611] (Gorgon776)
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by Arendt
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Arendt's on revolution
Topics: arendt, On revolution
Community Texts
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Hannah Arendt ,  The Origins of Totalitarianism , New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1951; UK ed. as  The Burden of Our Time(s) , London: Secker & Warburg, 1951; 2nd ed., enl., Cleveland and New York: World Publishing Co., Meridian Books, 1958; repr., 1962.
Topics: Hannah Arendt, origin, politics
The Pulp Magazine Archive
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Astounding British Ed. v16n02 (1960 04)
IF Magazine
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(Contents information excerpted from The Internet Speculative Fiction Database ) Art: The Stainless Steel Rat Saves the World by uncredited The All-Together Planet by Jack Gaughan To Kill a Venusian by uncredited One Moment On the Sand by uncredited After the End and Before the Beginning by Jack Gaughan Death Comes to the Megafauna by Charles R. Knight Abyss of Tartarus by uncredited Essays: Hue and Cry (If, September-October 1971) by Ejler Jakobsson Reading Room (If, September-October 1971) by...
Topics: retief, gloot, groaci, ussh, dagger, lumbagan, ignarp, smelch, planet, steel rat, science fiction,...
The Pulp Magazine Archive
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Astounding v59n06 (1957 08) (Hybr11)
Internet Archive Decentralized Web Summit Images and Media - 2018
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Keynote: Cory Doctorow—"Big Tech's problem is Big, not Tech" starts here . Puzzling Paintings Thursday August 2nd, 4:45pm-5:00pm@ Middle Out Courtyard Hanging on the walls of the San Francisco Mint are six special paintings - collaborative works by famed cryptographer and puzzle master, Ryan Clarke (LoSTBoy), and international lowbrow contemporary artist, Mar Williams. These paintings hold pieces of a puzzle with multiple answers, each more devious and difficult than the last. We...
Topics: dweb, internet archive
Galaxy Magazine
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(Contents information excerpted from The Internet Speculative Fiction Database ) Art: The Frontliners by uncredited A Full Member of the Club by Jack Gaughan Opening Problem by uncredited Life Force by Jack Gaughan Showcase (Galaxy, July 1974) by Edward Kimmel Act of Mercy by uncredited Orbitsville (Part 2 of 3) by uncredited Essays: Forum: Is There Hope for the Future? by Isaac Asimov This Generation of Wonder by Jerry Pournelle Directions (Galaxy, July 1974) by uncredited Novelettes: A Full...
Topics: garamond, gweanvin, galaxy, connor, marvis, hobson, science, tion, fiction, science fiction, full...
IF Magazine
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(Contents information excerpted from The Internet Speculative Fiction Database ) Art: Mandroid by Jack Gaughan The Weapons That Walked by Dan Adkins Sweet Reason by Nodel Earthblood (Part 3 of 4) by Wallace Wood Essays: A Relativistic Dilemma by Frederik Pohl Fandom U.S.A. by Lin Carter Edward E. Smith Memorial Award by The Editor Hue and Cry (If, June 1966) by Frederik Pohl Novelette: The Weapons That Walked by D. M. Melton Novella: Mandroid by Robert E. Margroff Serial: Earthblood (Part 3 of...
Topics: roan, tony, askor, poffis, bill, quex, garvin, looked, eyes, tony baker, bill jackson, big man,...
Galaxy Magazine
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(Contents information excerpted from The Internet Speculative Fiction Database ) Art: The Villains From Vega Iv by Jack Gaughan The Villains From Vega Iv [2] by Jack Gaughan The Villains From Vega Iv [3] by Jack Gaughan All the Myriad Ways by Joe Wehrle, Jr. Thyre Planet by Dan Adkins Thyre Planet [2] by Dan Adkins Thyre Planet [3] by Dan Adkins Homespinner by Joe Wehrle, Jr. Criminal in Utopia by Brand Criminal in Utopia [2] by Brand Criminal in Utopia [3] by Brand Criminal in Utopia [4] by...
Topics: tee, tfie, galaxy, tke, moran, rex, bellflower, lowris, tbe, rex moran, thyre planet, sandrat hoax,...
Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
by John Wood Campbell
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Invaders from the Infinite is a science fiction novel by author John W. Campbell, Jr.. It was simultaneously published in 1961 by Gnome Press in an edition of 4,000 copies and by Fantasy Press in an edition of 100 copies. The book was originally intended to be published by Fantasy Press, but was handed over to Gnome Press when Fantasy Press folded. Lloyd Eshbach, of Fantasy Press, who was responsible for the printing of both editions, printed the extra copies for his longtime customers. The...
Topics: Science fiction, dogs, cosmology
The Pulp Magazine Archive
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Astounding v39n03 (1947 05) (AK)
The Pulp Magazine Archive
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Astounding v39n01 (1947 03) (AK)
The Pulp Magazine Archive
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Space Travel v05n05 (1958 09) (cape1736)
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Fantastic v08n11 (1959 11)
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NEW UNESCO SOURCE BOOK FOR SCIENCE TEACHING -
Topic: NEW UNESCO SOURCE BOOK FOR SCIENCE TEACHING -
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Way Out (1961) An anthology series of 14 episodes, hosted by Roald Dahl.
Topics: anthology, roald dahl
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by Ingman, Heather, 1953-
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Bradbury, R. McGillahee's brat.--Silverberg, R. As is.--Wyndham, J. Technical slip.--Aandahl, V. Beyond the game.--Carr, T. Touchstone.--Ellison, H. Are you listening?--Borges, J. L. The lottery in Babylon.--Bailey, H. Dogman of Islington.--Ballard, J. G. The drowned giant.--Carr, C. Inside.--Gunn, J. E. The old folks
Topics: Short stories, Fantasy, Manners and customs
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Tar for Mortar  offers an in-depth exploration of one of literature’s greatest tricksters, Jorge Luis Borges. His short story “The Library of Babel” is a signature examplar of this playfulness, though not merely for the inverted world it imagines, where a library thought to contain all possible permutations of all letters and words and books is plumbed by pious librarians looking for divinely pre-fabricated truths. One must grapple as well with the irony of Borges’s narration, which...
Topics: Literary criticism, theory, philosophy, Jorge Luis Borges
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by Owen, Betty M., ed
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The rocking-horse winner, D. H. Lawrence;-Heartburn, H. Calisher;- The snail-watcher, P. Highsmith;-Manuscript found in a police state, B. Aldiss;-The man who sold rope to the Gnoles, I. Seabright;-The mark of the beast, R. Ki pling;-The summer people, S. Jackson;-The leopard man's story, J. London;-The garden of forking paths, J.L. Borges
Topic: Horror tales
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by Long, John, 1953-
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Tough / John Lutz -- On board the derelict / Young E. Allison -- The gospel according to Mark / Jorge Luis Borges -- A letter by Judge Roy "Tall" Cotton to his brother -- Ultimate journey / Bruce Bonney -- Full fathom five / William Shakespeare -- Under the glass bubble / John Long -- To the world!! / James W. Nesmith -- "Whithout anything to eat but the dead / Virginia Reed -- The adventure of Sidi-Nouman / Arabian Nights Entertainment -- Birds / Jorge Luis Borges -- The...
Topic: Literature
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by Jorge Luis Borges and Norman Thomas di Giovanni
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An author who frequently played with the borders of his own identity, Borges loved to create works in collaboration with others. One of his longtime companions in this literary game of exquisite corpse was Norman Thomas Di Giovanni, who translated this edition of El jardín de senderos que se bifurcan. They worked together on English editions of much of Borges' fiction, poetry, and non-fiction, all of which was signed by both authors together as a collaborative effort. Borges loved translation,...
Topics: Fiction, Magical Realism, Library of Babel, Lottery in Babylon, Garden of Forking Paths, El jardin...
Public Library of India
by Kafka, Franz
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Book Source: Digital Library of India Item 2015.149543 dc.contributor.author: Kafka, Franz dc.date.accessioned: 2015-07-06T14:08:24Z dc.date.available: 2015-07-06T14:08:24Z dc.date.digitalpublicationdate: 2013-06-26 dc.date.citation: 1922 dc.identifier.barcode: 99999990345505 dc.identifier.origpath: /data15/upload/0036/335 dc.identifier.copyno: 1 dc.identifier.uri: http://www.new.dli.ernet.in/handle/2015/149543 dc.description.scannerno: 1 dc.description.scanningcentre: North Eastern States...
Topic: North
Public Library of India
by The Modern Library New York
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Book Source: Digital Library of India Item 2015.185152 dc.date.accessioned: 2015-07-07T18:31:03Z dc.date.available: 2015-07-07T18:31:03Z dc.date.digitalpublicationdate: 2007-02-16 dc.date.citation: 1936 dc.identifier.barcode: 5990010108196 dc.identifier.origpath: /rawdataupload/upload/0108/198 dc.identifier.copyno: 1 dc.identifier.uri: http://www.new.dli.ernet.in/handle/2015/185152 dc.description.scannerno: 11 dc.description.scanningcentre: IIIT, Allahabad dc.description.main: 1...
Topic: IIIT
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by Kafka, Franz, 1883-1924
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Topic: Kafka, Franz, 1883-1924
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by SHEL SILVERSTEIN
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TAMIL, ENGLISH, CHILDREN'S BOOK, BGVS, THE GIVING TREE, SHEL SILVERSTEIN
Topics: TAMIL, ENGLISH, CHILDREN'S BOOK, BGVS, THE GIVING TREE, SHEL SILVERSTEIN
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by Priest, Christopher, 1943-
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Watson, I. The very slow time machine.--Sheckley, R. Is that what people do?--Shaw, B. Amphitheatre.--Priest, C. The negation.--Harrison, H. The greening of the green.--Disch, T. M. Mutability.--Ballard, J. G. One afternoon at Utah Beach.--Aldiss, B. W. A Chinese perspective
Topics: Science fiction, English, Science fiction, American
Books to Borrow
by Danby, Mary; Bradbury, Ray, 1920- Man upstairs
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Contains a short story by Ray Bradbury
Topic: Horror tales
The Pulp Magazine Archive
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the shadow 32.11.01
Topics: shadow, ferret, judge, deacon, middletown trust, lanahan, magazine, martha, middletown, butcher,...
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by Mainhardt, Ricia; Varley, John, 1947 August 9-
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Introduction / John Varley -- A clean sweep / Laurell K. Hamilton -- Time for a hero / Brain M. Thomsen -- Peer review / Michael A. Stackpole -- Shadow storm / Micky Zucker Reichert -- Empowered / Alan Dean Foster -- Handing on the goggles / B.W. Clough -- She who might be obeyed / Roland J. Green and Frieda A. Murray -- And the sea shall cast him out / William Marden -- The defender of central park / Josepha Sherman -- Reflected glory / Paul Kupperberg -- Super acorns / Mike Resnick and...
Topics: Fantasy fiction, American, Superheroes, Fantasy fiction, American, Superheroes
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by Cheever, John
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Short stories, published 1946-75
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by Clarke, Arthur C. (Arthur Charles), 1917-2008
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Rescue party.--A walk in the dark.--The forgotten enemy.--Technical error.--The parasite.--The fires within.--The awakening.--Trouble with the natives.--The curse.--Time's arrow.--Jupiter five.--The possessed
Topic: Science fiction, English
Books to Borrow
by Clarke, Arthur C. (Arthur Charles), 1917-2008
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Topic: Science fiction, English
Books to Borrow
by Silverberg, Robert, comp
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Common time, by J. Blish.--Four in one, by D. Knight.--Ozymandias, by R. Silverberg.--The end of the line, by J.H. Schmitz.--A walk in the dark, by A.C. Clarke.--Planetoid idiot, by P. Gotlieb.--The keys to December, by R. Zelazny.--Gypsy, by P. Anderson
Topics: Science fiction, American, Science fiction, English
Books to Borrow
by Clarke, Arthur C. (Arthur Charles), 1917-2008
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Topic: Science fiction, English
Books to Borrow
by Boucher, Anthony, 1911-1968
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v. 1. Before the curtain ... / by Anthony Boucher -- Re-birth / by John Wyndham -- The shape of things that came / by Richard Deming -- Pillar of fire / by Ray Bradbury -- Waldo / by Robert A. Heinlein -- The father-thing / by Philip K. Dick -- The children's hour / by Henry Kuttner and C.L. Moore -- Gomez / by C.M. Kornbluth -- The [widget], the [wadget], and Boff / by Theodore Sturgeon -- Sandra / by George P. Elliott -- Beyond space and time / by Joel Townsley Rogers -- The Martian crown...
Topic: Science fiction
Books to Borrow
by Conklin, Groff, 1904-1968
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"A Fawcett gold medal book."
Topic: Science fiction
Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
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Science Fiction Quotations, From the Inner Mind to the Outer Limits by Dr. Gary Westfahl, Arthur C. Clarke
Topics: ursula, robert, human, science, fiction, translated, philip, universe, william, star, science...
American Libraries
by Clarke, Arthur Charles, 1917-
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Introduction.--The nine billion names of God.--I remember Babylon.--Trouble with time.--Rescue party.--The curse.--Summertime on Icarus.--Dog star.--Hide and seek.--Out of the sun.--The wall of darkness.--No morning after.--The possessed.--Death and the senator.--Who's there.--Before Eden.--Superiority.--A walk in the dark.--The call of the stars.--The reluctant orchid.--Encounter at dawn.--"If I forget thee, oh Earth ..."--Patent pending.--The sentinel.--Transcience.--The star
Topic: Science fiction, English
Source: moulton
Galaxy Science Fiction Novel #03 Arthur C. Clarke Prelude To Space (1951)
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by Clarke, Arthur C. (Arthur Charles), 1917-
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This collection originally published, London, Gollancz, 1972
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by Clarke, Arthur Charles, 1917-
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"A Tor book"--T.p. verso
Topics: Science fiction, Short stories
Books to Borrow
by Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992; Greenberg, Martin Harry
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Topic: Science fiction, American
Books to Borrow
by Hurley, Richard James, 1906-
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Smith, Evelyn E. The hardest bargain.--Willey, Robert. The invasion.--Asimov, Isaac. It's such a beautiful day.--Sturgeon, Theodore. The man who lost the sea.--Smith, Clark Ashton. Phoenix.--Matheson, Richard. Third from the sun.--Leinster, Murray. Keyhole.--Clarke, Arthur C. History lesson
Topic: Science fiction, American
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by Malzberg, Barry N; Pronzini, Bill
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Introduction: The Fifties / Barry N. Malzberg -- Darwinian pool room / Isaac Asimov -- The analogues / Damon Knight -- Love / Richard Wilson -- Sam Hall / Poul Anderson -- Disappearing act / Alfred Bester -- The altar at midnight / C.M. Kornbluth -- New blood / James E. Gunn -- The end of summer / Algis Budrys -- Try and change the past / Fritz Leiber -- Hex / Laurence M. Janifer -- Afterword: Serendipity / Bill Pronzini
Topic: Science fiction, American
Books to Borrow
by Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992
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Essays
Topics: Science, Science
The Pulp Magazine Archive
by Isaac Asimov
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Science Fiction short story published in the March 1941 issue of Cosmic Stories magazine. Blurb: "The Martians couldn't taste and their hearing was bad, but they had a secret sense all their own."
Topics: Science Fiction, Sci-Fi, SF, Mars, Martians, Martian SFF
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by Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992
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Nightfall.--Green patches.--Hostess.--Breeds there a man ...?--C-Chute.--In a good cause.--What if.--Sally.--Flies.--Nobody here but-.--It's such a beautiful day.--Strikebreaker.--Insert knob A in hole B.--The up-to-date sorcerer.--Unto the fourth generation.--What is this thing called love?--The machine that won the war.--My son, the physicist.--Eyes do more than see.--Segregationist
Topic: Science fiction, American
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by Asimov, Isaac, 1920-
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Topic: Science
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by Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992
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Robot AL-76 goes astray.--Victory unintentional.--First law.--Let's get together.--Satisfaction guaranteed.--Risk.--Lenny.--Galley slave.--The caves of steel.--The naked sun
Topic: Science fiction, American
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by Asimov, Isaac, 1920-
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An historical survey of Rome and her Empire from 30 B.C. to 476 A.D., five-hundred years during which the heritage of Roman law and Christianity developed and survived the Germanic invasions
Topics: Rome -- History -- Empire, 30 B.C.-476 A.D., Rome -- History -- Empire, 30 B.C.-476 A.D.
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by Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992
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Topic: Science fiction, American
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by Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992; Waugh, Charles G. (Charles Gordon), 1943-; Greenberg, Martin Harry
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"Abridged from the Mammoth book of golden age science fiction"--Title page verso
Topics: Science fiction, American, Science Fiction - Anthologies, American fiction, Sale Adult - Fiction -...
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by Asimov, Isaac, 1920-
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The prime of life.--Feminine intuition.--Waterclap.--That thou art mindful of him.--Stranger in paradise.--The life and times of multivac.--The winnowing.--The bicentennial man.--Marching in.--Old-fashioned.--The tercentenary incident.--Birth of a notion
Topic: Science fiction, American
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by Asimov, Isaac, 1920-
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Topic: Science fiction, American
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by Asimov, Isaac, 1920-
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Traces the history of Constantinople and the Byzantine Empire from the seventh century B.C. to the fifteenth century A.D. and discusses the influence of that Empire on the civilization of Europe
Topics: Byzantine Empire -- History -- Juvenile literature., Byzantine Empire -- History.
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by Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992, ed
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The queen of air and darkness / by Poul Anderson (pp. 141-190)
Topic: Science fiction, American
Books to Borrow
by Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992
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"A TOR book."
Topics: Science Fiction - General, Fiction - Science Fiction, Science, Short stories
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by Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992
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"A Del Rey Book."
Topics: Science Fiction - General, Fiction / Science Fiction / General, Fiction - Science Fiction, Science...
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by Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992
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A boy's best friend - Sally - Someday - Point of view - Think! - True love - Robot AL-76 goes astray - Victory unintentional - Stranger in paradise - Light verse - Segregationist - Robbie - Let's get together - Mirror image - The tercentenary incident - First law - Runaround - Reason - Catch the rabbit - The bicentennial man - That thou art mindful of him - Liar! - Satisfaciton guaranteed - Lenny - Galley slave - Little lost robot - Risk - Escape! - Evidence - The evitable conflict - Feminine...
Topics: Science fiction, American, Robots
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by Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992
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"The Foundation Novels"--Cover
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by Ellison, Harlan,Dillon, Leo, illustrator,Dillon, Diane, illustrator
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Short stories
Topics: Science fiction, American, Science fiction, American
Community Audio
by Harlan Ellison
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Classic science-fiction tale by cult author Harlan Ellison. Read by John Sharian. Episode 1  In Harlan Ellison's innovative precursor to The Terminator, a strange warrior appears on a 1964  railway platform. But who is he? Episode 2  Finally the horrific truth of soldier Qarlo's past becomes known. But is it already too late to save humanity?
Topic: BBC Radio Reading
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by Ellison, Harlan
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Introduction: sons of Janus, by H. Ellison.--I see a man sitting on a chair, and the chair is biting his leg, by R. Sheckley and H. Ellison.--Brillo, by B. Bova and H. Ellison.--A toy for Juliette, by R. Bloch and H. Ellison.--The prowler in the city at the edge of the world, by R. Bloch and H. Ellison.--Scherzo for schizoids: notes on a collaboration, by H. Ellison.--Up Christopher to madness, by A. Davidson and H. Ellison.--Runesmith, by T. Sturgeon and H. Ellison.--Rodney Parish for hire, by...
Topic: Science fiction
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by Drake, David
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A Baen Books Original
Topics: American Science Fiction And Fantasy, Fiction - Science Fiction, Short stories, Science Fiction -...